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What does dopamine depletion mean? What are the symptoms? What organs are affected? How do you manage dopamine depletion? What is the dopamine challenge test? Can labs test for dopamine depletion? Physician Assisant David Overton answers these and other questions about Parkinson's, tremors and dopamine depletion.
Dopamine depletion affects between 8% to 17% of people A few of the problems associated with dopamine deficiency include anemia,, balance problems, blood sugar problems, bone density problems, circulation problems, digestion problems, food cravings, hand tremors, head and facial tremors, heart problems, low or high blood pressure, inability to lose weight, kidney problems, light headedness, low sex drive, nicotine cravings, obesity, Parkinson's or Parkinson's like symptoms, slow metabolism, slow or rigid movements, substance abuse, tension, tremors and thyroid disorders.
Dopamine problems are also related to personality problems: aggression, anger, carelessness, depression, guilt or feeings of worthlessness,/hopelessness, inability to handle stress, mood swings, procrastination and self destructive thoughts.
David will discuss these issues and how best to manage dopamine problems. For further information about David Overton visit his website at: www.natmeds.net
The Health and Wellness show on the SOTT Radio Network covers topics of health, diet, science, homeopathy, wellness culture, and more. Tune in weekly!
Today we'll be discussing mood and mood-stabilizing supplements, four syndromes that affect mood, and some possible solutions to neurotransmitter imbalances.
Included, as always, is the pet segment.
Please join Mat Sorensen and Mark Kohler for another amazing show with weekly tax and legal tips helping you succeed in YOUR American Dream. We are also excited to welcome author of the book The Crash Course, Chris Martenson! Chris Martenson, PhD (Duke), MBA (Cornell) is an economic researcher and futurist specializing in energy and resource depletion, and co-founder of PeakProsperity.com (along with Adam Taggart). As one of the early econobloggers who forecasted the housing market collapse and stock market correction years in advance, Chris rose to prominence with the launch of his seminal video seminar: The Crash Course. It's a popular and extremely well-regarded distillation of the interconnected forces in the Economy, Energy and the Environment (the "Three Es" as Chris calls them) that are shaping the future, one that will be defined by increasing challenges to growth as we have known it.
Don't miss this episode of the Mark Kohler Show!! Tuesday, April 28th, at 11am PST / 2 EST. You can call in and listen LIVE on the road at 646-200-4285, or listen in here from your computer.
Being able to acknowledge the higher self and the ego—together—takes contemplation. Tune in this week as Lisa Jones and I discuss how those awakened and contemplating are examples for us to mirror. Not much unlike a landmark or a beacon, the way to go is marked. If devotion and spiritual authenticity is affirmed, the contemplation of it can have a transforming and awe-inspiring effect on those who witness it. This is a natural consequence of experiencing a spiritual truth. This show is about developing the skill of contemplation. We learn that concentration and trusting one’s inner compass enables us to apprehend the mysterious and divine laws of life. Often, this hidden spiritual power emanates from us, influencing others, without us being aware of how it happens. Two things hold true in contemplation: 1 – we can survey our inner lives and make certain our personal resources are intact; 2 – we can exert influence on any depletion and fix the cause.
We continue our discussion on Music: A Path to Happiness. The idea that music can have therapeutic value is far from new. Egypt, chant therapies were seen as integral to the healing process. According to new research, people love music for much the same reason they’re drawn to sex, drugs, and gambling and delicious food. When you listen to tunes that move you, the study found, your brain releases dopamine, a chemical involved in both motivation and addiction. Please join the conversation by calling 1(347) 539-5818.
PRAISE THE GOOD
IGNORE THE BAD
There are many reasons why you should regularly give praise.
First, people who feel appreciated and respected are more motivated than those who think their efforts go unnoticed. They're more engaged in the work they do, and they're more committed to their teams and organizations, because they know that they're making a real difference. This is especially important if you're working in an organization where budgets are tight, and where you can't afford to reward your people with raises or bonuses.
Sincere praise also helps you develop good work relationships with colleagues. These same colleagues are often very willing to return that feeling of goodwill: this means that they're more likely to lend a helping hand or share some useful information when you need it.
An interesting aspect about praise is the chemical reaction it causes in us. Researchshows that when we hear something we like, a burst of dopamine is released in our brains. Dopamine is a neurotransmitter, and it's associated with feelings of joy, pride, satisfaction, and well-being.
When you praise someone else, not only does that person feel great, but it leads them to want to experience that same feeling again. Giving praise cements good working habits and behavior, both chemically and intellectually.
YOU GET MORE BEES WITH HONEY THAN VINEGAR!
Vitamin K is often referred to as the Forgotten Vitamin simply because it's major benefits to your health are often overlooked. Working in synergy with Vitamin D, vitamin K is essential for good health and healing and according to some of the top specialists in vitamin K research, most of us by far are deficient in this vital vitamin.
In this week's segment, Dr. Budweiser, founder of Weiser Living, will be discussing their importance, their deficiency symptoms and how to replenish your body with this life giving nutrient. More specifically he will be covering:
The 3 Types of Vitamin K
The effects of depletion and how it manifests in your body
Pharmaceutical drugs that deplete vitamin K
Oils that deplete vitamin K
Which foods contain vitamin K
Vitamin K toxicity
Supplementing with Vitamin K
Vitamin K and Cardio Vascular Disease
Vitamin K and Osteoporosis
Vitamin K and Diabetes
Vitamin K and Cancer
All this and much, much more!
So stay tuned for a nutritious 30 minutes with Dr. Budweiser.
Meanwhile, check out our blog at www.weiserliving.com
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Topic: Is There a Psychological Influence and Purpose Within Music?
Music rather conscious or unconscious music takes on an intricate role in our daily lives. Psychologically it it influence act and react in many ways. For example; If were to go out to dinner for a a romantic occasion, your choice of restaurant for the evening would probably be a lounge that is know for easy listening music. On the other hand if you were to be going out for a girls night out or for a good night out with your boys, you are more likely to choose a club scene know for its upbeat an highly energetic atmosphere. Why is that?... one may ask, well when the neurotransmitters known as Dopamine are released in your brain it triggers off a gratifying stimuli that influences your mood, this the same endorphin's that influences your taste buds and reactions to other feel good activities such as receiving flowers or a birthday gift.
Corporate America realizes and capitalize on the physiological potential of music all of the time, for this reason music is used in just about everything we engage in as humans. Advertising, sitcoms, movies, sport activities video games, ringtone are all the many examples of its purpose and influence that music has on the human psyche. This episode will take an analytical peak into the power of music.
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It all begins with a thought. What causes the dopamine in your brain to drip? 'G' words clearly assist in driving this process. In order to grow. In order to break the gravitational pull of society we must create the habit of thinking differently. Of thinking in terms of being our greater self. But how do we do this? How do we break the hablts that control our thoughts and ultimatley our actions? With grace and guidance anyone that desires to achieve greater things in their life can do so.. And as hard as it is to believe, it is a choice. Do we allow the jibberish of the 'G' spot to provide guidance, or do you we germinate the genuine genius that lies within us and do we grant it the green light our greater self? You decide.
In this show you’ll learn:
What integrative cancer care is and how Chinese medicine fits in
What the acupressure points are a cancer patient can use at home
What the top herbal medicines are that support a cancer patient
Background and Guest information:
At one time, cancer was not prevalent, and was considered a disease of old age.Evidence suggests that recent spread of cancer to all quarters of the population is due to increase in sedentary lifestyles, overeating of rich food, depletion of the soil, environmental toxins.
Join Dr. Ritamarie and Dr. Nalini Chilkov as they discuss the use of traditional Chinese medicine diagnosis to closely match foods and their preparation to the condition and constitution.
Dr. Nalini Chilkov is the Founder of Integrative Cancer Answers, and the author of best selling book Thirty Two Ways to OutSmart Cancer | How to Create a Body in Which Cancer Cannot Thrive.
She is listed as a go-to clinician in Susanne Sommer’s book Doctors Who Are Curing Cancer and How to Prevent Getting It in the First Place.
Check out Dr. Ritamarie’s VITAL Health Community for additional resources on the role that plants and herbs play in your hormone and skin care health, as well as strategies to include in your daily routines to achieve more vitality.
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Toronto, Ontario – We’ve all left our house and forgotten our phone or walked into a room and forgotten why, but for those diagnosed with ADHD, multiply that by 1000.
According to the Center for Disease Control, approximately eight million adults suffer from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder or ADHD, a neurotransmitter disorder caused by an inefficiency of dopamine in the brain. People with ADHD often experience difficulty focusing, organizing and prioritizing effectively. The obvious struggles are school and work, but relationships can also be difficult.
But is life ever an adventure for an ADDer. They’re spontaneous and creative. They know how to have fun and be in the moment. It’s a terrific brain wiring. It’s just tough in some situations. That’s why you work with an ADHD coach.
“People think ADHD is about a lack of focus, but it’s not that you can’t focus; it’s that you focus on everything and can’t prioritize what’s important,” says ADHD coach Catherine Bray. “So you can see why purpose is important for an ADDer.”
Bray is the founder of On Purpose Life Strategies. As an adult with ADHD, the mother of an ADHD child and a trained ADHD Coach Specialist, Bray believes that ADHD is a gift, not a grim diagnosis. While ADHD can certainly offer its share of challenges, it can offer just as many delightful opportunities and bring a positive energy to life.
“They call it a disorder, but I just think it’s the way your brain is wired,” says Bray. “ADHD coaching helps these individuals to identify their tendencies and create pragmatic strategies to stay focused and function more efficiently in life.”
NYC-based alternative rock band The Kin returns to the US this November for their “Thick as Thieves” tour after. a 23-date tour in Australia and New Zealand. The band’s last EP Get On It reached gold in New Zealand. They have also been featured on Conan and toured with major artists including Coldplay and PINK. The Kin are known for “Musical Robberies,” where they burst into a randomly chosen high-traffic public area and surprise on-lookers with an impromptu live performance. They will stop by Music FridayLive! at 2:05 ET for a chat, so be ready to call in.
Lorelei Carlson released her latest EP, Dopamine, on Oct. 21, 2014. Written and co-produced by Carlson with her longtime collaborator, David Gielan, “Dopamine” features six new recordings, weaving themes of lust, obsession and tragedy over poignant and haunting melodies and her signature ethereal vocals and dreamlike arrangements. The daughter of a Swedish-American father and Peruvian mother, Carlson grew up moving around frequentlywith her diplomat parents; by 14, she had lived in seven countries and now resides in LA. Her music is stunning, etheral, tough...and addictive. She will be with us at 2:30 pm ET this Friday.